With snow blanketing Regina, and winds expected to pick up, things might start feeling like a classic Saskatchewan December.
Environment Canada Meteorologist Brad Vrolijk said an area of snow developed in southeastern Saskatchewan and remained in place for most of Sunday evening.
Regina received about five to seven centimetres, or about two to three inches, of snow overnight.
A little bit east of Queen City got the most snow, with Indian Head receiving between seven to nine centimetres, about two to three inches.
“Fortunately for you guys, most of the snow is finished and pulling out of the region now.”
Vrolijk said some high northwesterly winds are expected to occur Monday, with winds possibly gusting between 50 and 60 kilometres per hour.
The cold temperatures aren’t expected to last for long with a rise expected in the coming days, and the eastern part of the province possibly getting above 0.